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The Official Samba-3 Howto and Reference Guide (Bruce Perens' Open Source Series)

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Fully Updated to Reflect Major Improvements and Configuration Changes in Samba-3.0.11 through 3.0.20+!

You’ve deployed Samba: Now get the most out of it with today’s definitive guide to maximizing Samba performance, stability, reliability, and power in your production environment. Direct from members of the Samba Team, The Official Samba-3 HOWTO and Reference Guide, Second Edition, offers the most systematic and authoritative coverage of Samba’s advanced features and capabilities. It has been extensively updated to reflect major improvements in the Samba-3.0 series of releases and additional performance enhancements in Samba-3.0.20 and later.

Use this book to go far beyond basic deployment, leveraging all of Samba’s components, from directory services to remote administration. Use it to find practical optimization techniques for any environment, from the workgroup to the enterprise. Use it to find detailed guidance and best practices for troubleshooting and problem solving. And, if your background is in Windows networking, use this book to get up to speed rapidly with Samba network administration in Linux/UNIX environments. Coverage includes

  • NEW! User Rights and Privileges features and their impact on default system behavior
  • NEW! Expanded LDAP capabilities, the new Winbind subsystem, and Samba’s improved ACL handling
  • NEW! Detailed coverage of the powerful Samba-3.x net local/remote administration utility
  • NEW! Comprehensive documentation of IDMAP functionality
  • NEW! Proven techniques for improving performance with large directories
  • NEW! Samba integration with Windows Server 2003 and the latest versions of Active Directory
  • Advanced techniques: interdomain trusts, loadable VFS file system drivers, distributed authentication, desktop profile management, CUPS printing, high availability, and more
  • Contains a dramatically improved, more-detailed index

Synopsis:

The "Official Samba 3 How-To and Reference Guide" is a must have for anyone administering Samba, and perfect for MS Windows( network administrator's switching over. The book begins with a general introduction and then launches administrators directly into an overview of familiar server configurations.

About the Author

John H. Terpstra is a long-time member of the global Samba Team, a loose-knit group of about thirty people who contribute regularly to Samba.

Jelmer R. Vernooij is a long-time member of the global Samba Team, a loose-knit group of about thirty people who contribute regularly to Samba.

Table of Contents

List of Examples.

List of Figures.

List of Tables.

Foreword.

Preface.

Introduction.

I. GENERAL INSTALLATION: PREPARING SAMBA FOR CONFIGURATION.

1. How to Install and Test Samba.

    1.1 Obtaining and Installing Samba

    1.2 Configuring Samba (smb.conf)

    1.3 List Shares Available on the Server

    1.4 Connect with a UNIX Client

    1.5 Connect from a Remote SMB Client

    1.6 Common Errors

2. Fast Start: Cure for Impatience.

    2.1 Features and Benefits

    2.2 Description of Example Sites

    2.3 Worked Examples

II. SERVER CONFIGURATION BASICS: FIRST STEPS IN SERVER CONFIGURATION.

3. Server Types and Security Modes.

    3.1 Features and Benefits

    3.2 Server Types

    3.3 Samba Security Modes

    3.4 Password Checking

    3.5 Common Errors

4. Domain Control.

    4.1 Features and Benefits

    4.2 Single Sign-On and Domain Security

    4.3 Basics of Domain Control

    4.4 Domain Control: Example Configuration

    4.5 Samba ADS Domain Control

    4.6 Domain and Network Logon Configuration

    4.7 Common Errors

5. Backup Domain Control.

    5.1 Features and Benefits

    5.2 Essential Background Information

    5.3 Backup Domain Controller Configuration

    5.4 Common Errors

6. Domain Membership.

    6.1 Features and Benefits

    6.2 MS Windows Workstation/Server Machine Trust Accounts

    6.3 Domain Member Server

    6.4 Samba ADS Domain Membership

    6.5 Sharing User ID Mappings between Samba Domain Members

    6.6 Common Errors

7. Standalone Servers.

    7.1 Features and Benefits

    7.2 Background

    7.3 Example Configuration

    7.4 Common Errors

8. MS Windows Network Configuration Guide.

    8.1 Features and Benefits

    8.2 Technical Details

    8.3 Common Errors

III. ADVANCED CONFIGURATION: VALUABLE NUTS AND BOLTS INFORMATION.

9. Network Browsing.

    9.1 Features and Benefits

    9.2 What Is Browsing?

    9.3 Discussion

    9.4 How Browsing Functions

    9.5 WINS: The Windows Internetworking Name Server

    9.6 Helpful Hints

    9.7 Technical Overview of Browsing

    9.8 Common Errors

10. Account Information Databases.

    10.1 Features and Benefits

    10.2 Technical Information

    10.3 Account Management Tools

    10.4 Password Backends

    10.5 Common Errors

11. Group Mapping: MS Windows and Unix.

    11.1 Features and Benefits

    11.2 Discussion

    11.3 Configuration Scripts

    11.4 Common Errors

12. Remote and Local Management: the net Command.

    12.1 Overview

    12.2 Administrative Tasks and Methods

    12.3 UNIX and Windows Group Management

    12.4 UNIX and Windows User Management

    12.5 Administering User Rights and Privileges

    12.6 Managing Trust Relationships

    12.7 Managing Security Identifiers (SIDS)

    12.8 Share Management

    12.9 Controlling Open Files

    12.10 Session and Connection Management

    12.11 Printers and ADS

    12.12 Manipulating the Samba Cache

    12.13 Other Miscellaneous Operations

13. Identity Mapping (IDMAP).

    13.1 Samba Server Deployment Types and IDMAP

    13.2 Examples of IDMAP Backend Usage

14. User Rights and Privileges.

    14.1 Rights Management Capabilities

    14.2 The Administrator Domain SID

    14.3 Common Errors

15. File, Directory, and Share Access Controls.

    15.1 Features and Benefits

    15.2 File System Access Controls

    15.3 Share Definition Access Controls

    15.4 Access Controls on Shares

    15.5 MS Windows Access Control Lists and UNIX Interoperability

    15.6 Common Errors

16. File and Record Locking.

    16.1 Features and Benefits

    16.2 Discussion

    16.3 Samba Oplocks Control

    16.4 MS Windows Oplocks and Caching Controls

    16.5 Persistent Data Corruption

    16.6 Common Errors

    16.7 Additional Reading

17. Securint Samba.

    17.1 Introduction

    17.2 Features and Benefits

    17.3 Technical Discussion of Protective Measures and Issues

    17.4 Upgrading Samba

    17.5 Common Errors

18. Interdomain Trust Relationships.

    18.1 Features and Benefits

    18.2 Trust Relationship Background

    18.3 Native MS Windows NT4 Trusts Configuration

    18.4 Configuring Samba NT-Style Domain Trusts

    18.5 NT4-Style Domain Trusts with Windows 2000

    18.6 Common Errors

19. Hosting a Microsoft Distributed File System Tree.

    19.1 Features and Benefits

    19.2 Common Errors

20. Classical Printing Support.

    20.1 Features and Benefits

    20.2 Technical Introduction

    20.3 Simple Print Configuration

    20.4 Extended Printing Configuration

    20.5 Printing Developments Since Samba-2.2

    20.6 Installing Drivers into [print$]

    20.7 Client Driver Installation Procedure

    20.8 Other Gotchas

    20.9 The Imprints Toolset

    20.10 Adding Network Printers without User Interaction

    20.11 The addprinter Command

    20.12 Migration of Classical Printing to Samba

    20.13 Publishing Printer Information in Active Directory or LDAP

    20.14 Common Errors

21. CUPS Printing Support.

    21.1 Introduction

    21.2 Basic CUPS Support Configuration

    21.3 Advanced Configuration

    21.4 Advanced Intelligent Printing with PostScript Driver Download

    21.5 The CUPS Filtering Architecture

    21.6 Network Printing (Purely Windows)

    21.7 Network Printing (Windows Clients and UNIX/Samba Print Servers)

    21.8 Network PostScript RIP

    21.9 Windows Terminal Servers (WTS) as CUPS Clients

    21.10 Configuring CUPS for Driver Download

    21.11 Installing PostScript Driver Files Manually Using rpcclient

    21.12 The Printing .tdb Files

    21.13 CUPS Print Drivers from Linuxprinting.org

    21.14 Page Accounting with CUPS

    21.15 Additional Material

    21.16 Autodeletion or Preservation of CUPS Spool Files

    21.17 Printing from CUPS to Windows-Attached Printers

    21.18 More CUPS Filtering Chains

    21.19 Common Errors

    21.20 Overview of the CUPS Printing Processes

22. Stackable VFS Modules.

    22.1 Features and Benefits

    22.2 Discussion

    22.3 Included Modules

    22.4 VFS Modules Available Elsewhere

23. Winbind: Use of Domain Accounts.

    23.1 Features and Benefits

    23.2 Introduction

    23.3 What Winbind Provides

    23.4 How Winbind Works

    23.5 Installation and Configuration

    23.6 Conclusion

    23.7 Common Errors

24. Advanced Network Management.

    24.1 Features and Benefits

    24.2 Remote Server Administration

    24.3 Remote Desktop Management

    24.4 Network Logon Script Magic

25. System and Account Policies.

    25.1 Features and Benefits

    25.2 Creating and Managing System Policies

    25.3 Managing Account/User Policies

    25.4 Management Tools

    25.5 System Startup and Logon Processing Overview

    25.6 Common Errors

26. Desktop Profile Management.

    26.1 Features and Benefits

    26.2 Roaming Profiles

    26.3 Mandatory Profiles

    26.4 Creating and Managing Group Profiles

    26.5 Default Profile for Windows Users

    26.6 Common Errors

27. PAM-Based Distributed Authentication.

    27.1 Features and Benefits

    27.2 Technical Discussion

    27.3 Common Errors

28. Integrating MS Windows Networks with Samba.

    28.1 Features and Benefits

    28.2 Background Information

    28.3 Name Resolution in a Pure UNIX/Linux World

    28.4 Name Resolution as Used within MS Windows Networking

    28.5 Common Errors

29. Unicode/Charsets.

    29.1 Features and Benefits

    29.2 What Are Charsets and Unicode?

    29.3 Samba and Charsets

    29.4 Conversion from Old Names

    29.5 Japanese Charsets

    29.6 Common Errors

30. Backup Techniques.

    30.1 Features and Benefits

    30.2 Discussion of Backup Solutions

31. High Availability.

    31.1 Features and Benefits

    31.2 Technical Discussion

32. Handling Large Directories.

33. Advanced Configuration Techniques.

    33.1 Implementation

IV. MIGRATION AND UPDATING.

34. Upgrading from Samba-2.x to Samba-3.0.20.

    34.1 Quick Migration Guide

    34.2 New Features in Samba-3

    34.3 Configuration Parameter Changes

    34.4 New Functionality

35. Migration from NT4 PDC to Samba-3 PDC.

    35.1 Planning and Getting Started

    35.2 Migration Options

36. SWAT: The Samba Web Administration Tool.

    36.1 Features and Benefits

    36.2 Guidelines and Technical Tips

    36.3 Overview and Quick Tour

V. TROUBLESHOOTING.

37. The Samba Checklist.

    37.1 Introduction

    37.2 Assumptions

    37.3 The Tests

38. Analyzing and Solving Samba Problems.

    38.1 Diagnostics Tools

    38.2 Useful URLs

    38.3 Getting Mailing List Help

    38.4 How to Get O_ the Mailing Lists

39. Reporting Bugs.

    39.1 Introduction

    39.2 General Information

    39.3 Debug Levels

    39.4 Internal Errors

    39.5 Attaching to a Running Process

    39.6 Patches

VI. REFERENCE SECTION.

40. How to Compile Samba.

    40.1 Access Samba Source Code via Subversion

    40.2 Accessing the Samba Sources via rsync and ftp

    40.3 Verifying Samba's PGP Signature

    40.4 Building the Binaries

    40.5 Starting the smbd nmbd and winbindd

41. Portability.

    41.1 HPUX

    41.2 SCO UNIX

    41.3 DNIX

    41.4 Red Hat Linux

    41.5 AIX: Sequential Read Ahead

    41.6 Solaris

42. Samba and Other CIFS Clients.

    42.1 Macintosh Clients

    42.2 OS2 Client

    42.3 Windows for Workgroups

    42.4 Windows 95/98

    42.5 Windows 2000 Service Pack 2

    42.6 Windows NT 3.1

43. Samba Performance Tuning.

    43.1 Comparisons

    43.2 Socket Options

    43.3 Read Size

    43.4 Max Xmit

    43.5 Log Level

    43.6 Read Raw

    43.7 Write Raw

    43.8 Slow Logins

    43.9 Client Tuning

    43.10 Samba Performance Problem Due to Changing Linux Kernel

    43.11 Corrupt tdb Files

    43.12 Samba Performance is Very Slow

44. LDAP and Transport Layer Security.

    44.1 Introduction

    44.2 Configuring

    44.3 Testing

    44.4 Troubleshooting

45. Samba Support.

    45.1 Free Support

    45.2 Commercial Support

46. DNS and DHCP Configuration Guide.

    46.1 Features and Benefits

    46.2 Example Configuration

47. Manual Pages.

    47.1 net

    47.2 nmbd

    47.3 nmblookup

    47.4 pdbedit

    47.5 profiles

    47.6 rpcclient

    47.7 smbcacls

    47.8 smbclient

    47.9 smb.conf

    47.10 smbcquotas

    47.11 smbd

    47.12 smbpasswd

    47.13 smbpasswd

    47.14 smbstatus

    47.15 smbtree

    47.16 tdbbackup

    47.17 tdbdump

    47.18 testparm

    47.19 wbinfo

    47.20 winbindd

Appendix A: GNU General Public License.

    A.1 Preamble

    A.2 Terms and Conditions for Copying, Distribution and Modification

    A.3 How to Apply These Terms to Your New Programs

Glossary.

Subject Index.

 

Product Details

ISBN:
9780131453555
Editor:
Vernooij, Jelmer Rinze
Editor:
Terpstra, John H.
Editor:
Vernooij, Jelmer Rinze
Editor:
Terpstra, John H.
Author:
Terpstra, John H.
Author:
Vernooij, Jelmer R.
Publisher:
Prentice Hall PTR
Location:
Upper Saddle River, N.J.
Subject:
General
Subject:
Dance - Reference
Subject:
Networking - Local Area Networks (LANs)
Subject:
Client-server computing
Subject:
Dance - Ethnic
Subject:
Samba
Subject:
Microsoft Windows
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Series:
Bruce Perens' Open source series
Series Volume:
99/474
Publication Date:
20050808
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
Professional and scholarly
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
944
Dimensions:
9.22 x 7 x 2.152 in 1733 gr

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